Readers' Poll: The 20 Greatest Bill Murray Movies

See how 'Groundhog Day,' 'Caddyshack' and 'Lost In Translation' measured up
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Groundhog Day
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1. 'Groundhog Day'

Groundhog Day was widely praised when it first hit theaters in 1993, but over the past twenty years its reputation has risen considerably. The movie has been embraced by everyone from hipsters to deeply committed Christians, who see it as a parable about the virtues of altruism. It also has that hysterical scene where he lets the groundhog drive the truck. 

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